Colouring might be one of those calming rituals that require the least effort: all you need is an inspiring colouring book and crayons. We bring you 5 that are both creatively and mentally satisfying below:
365 Days of Art: A Creative Exercise for Every Day of the Year, by Lorna Scobie
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A beautiful creation by London-based illustrator Lorna who we have featured in AWW Issue 1! Treat this as a daily record of your cheerful thoughts. From simple tasks of drawing lines to more mindful colouring-in exercises, you can decide what to go for at your own pace and style.
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Giant Colouring Poster, by OMY
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Don’t let your talents go unnoticed! This 1,80 x 0,968 m giant canvas is not simply a calming colouring practice, but it can also embellish your wall or become a carpet which you can roll and colour on.
My Own Very Hungry Caterpillar Colouring Book, by Eric Carle
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Who doesn’t love Eric Carle’s books?! We had an interview with the legendary creator in AWW Issue 2 and now offer you a chance to turn the children's book classic into your own! This Black and White version is the same as the original story, but NOW you are able to build the world of your bedtime buddy caterpillar with a splash of creativity!
Mom Life: A Snarky Adult Coloring Book, by Papeterie Bleu
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If you are feeling adventurous today, this is definitely YOUR book. It takes a cue from one thing that can’t be more relatable — motherhood, and is best enjoyed in a kid-free environment with a glass of wine.
The Infographic Energy Transition Coloring Book, by Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (IKEM) and Ellery Studio
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Let’s learn something useful as we colour in our life. Do you know that even the London Eye would look petite next to a wind turbine? You will know and a lot more fun facts about the energy transition by the time you finish.